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Story by Luke Plunkett @ Kotaku.com. The upcoming Modern Warfare 3 is being developed by Infinity Ward. Or, at least, what’s left of it. The Wii version, however, is being developed by somebody else, somebody just as familiar with the series, if not quite as popular with its fans. That developer is Treyarch, the team behind Call of Duty 3, World at War and Black Ops. If you’re wondering why some of their team is “stuck” on the Wii port, well, they’ve got a ton of experience on the platform, having handled the Nintendo home console versions of World at War, Modern Warfare and Black Ops,
Story by Griffin McElroy @ Joystiq.com. Activision’s been hesitant to talk about whether its upcoming soon-to-be-blockbuster Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 would also bust blocks on the Wii — despite the fact that the franchise’s last outing, Black Ops, appeared on the console. During today’s investor’s call, Activision Publishing CEO Eric Hirshberg brought said hesitation to an end, explaining, “We’re pleased to have recently confirmed that we will release a Modern Warfare 3 Wii SKU this year, so as not to leave any of the community out of the excitement.” Score: 0 (0 votes cast
Story by GamesPress.com. New DLC for Global Phenomenon Call of Duty: Black Ops Launches on PSN and Windows PC Today London, UK â€“ 28th July, 2011 â€“ Call of DutyÂ®: Black Ops detonates its latest downloadable content pack on PlayStationÂ®3 and Windows PC gamers with the release of Annihilation, the third DLC pack for the critically acclaimed and best-selling title. Fans have logged billions of hours in Call of Duty: Black Ops since its record-setting debut in 2010.* Annihilation packs four of the most varied and intense Black Ops maps to date, along with a new Zombies experience